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And I'm just sayin', but do not confuse the growing number of scandals (really, hasn't this been going
In AP Surveillance Case, the Real Scandal is What's Legal
The Department of Justice is investigating leaks of privileged, or classified, information by government employees. Who obtained the leaked information? The media. The Associated Press. One of the first things I would do...would be to subpoena (through a Grand Jury or a court) the phone records of anybody I thought was involved.
This will turn out to be a distraction from Benghazi and the IRS story, which should be the real news.
A leak --- INSIDE the Beltway?
I'm positive that DOJ isn't trying to police itself through holding those responsible for the AP scandal and presenting them to Congress to be eviscerated.
The investigation is one of those witch hunts where you figure out who knew and then drop the hammer on somebody. My advise as always is:
*Make counter allegations
*Lead the search for the guilty
*Offer a scapegoat.
Can't we all just get along?
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